(ThyBlackMan.com) Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy topped the sales chart and became a global hit even Splatoon 2 surrendered. Favorite of many, the marsupial is now enhanced and more appealing than it was before. The fully remastered Crash Bandicoot now comes in enhanced HD graphics and its success has encouraged many SEGA fans to demand Sonic Adventure Remastered. It would be amazing to see the original Sonic Adventure game along with its sequel and Sonic Heroes coming together.
If the idea takes a shape, the collection should bring a lot of levels and must come in rich graphics. Here’s what everyone wants from SEGA.
New Levels, Rich Graphics & So Much More
When Activision released Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, the company promised a new level Stormy Ascent which is taken from
Fast retracting steps, flying birds, lab assistants, and insanely moving platforms are some of the elements that are enough to encourage old and new players to buy the game. The best thing is the Stormy Ascent is available for free for a limited time.
Sonic Adventure remastered is an unannounced game and the Sonic team has not confirmed whether they will be releasing our beloved games again or not. But if SEGA plans to do so, there’s so much to do by simply following the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy release.
The Sonic Adventure remastered can be a gold mine for SEGA. Those who love and can’t forget the adventure era will buy the game if the studio brings some necessary changes in the original games. Selling a remastered version will be like selling hot cakes and fans will not feel forgotten. If the Sonic team plans to do so, one thing they should keep is the radar from Sonic Adventure 2. Allow players to upgrade their radar and keep these upgrade elements open.
The original game made us love platformers. Graphics were glitchy but beautiful. It was an incredible mixture of colors and texture. The second installment, Sonic Adventure 2, brought a new campaign and allowed us to choose from a variety of characters. The Sonic Heroes brought us the levels we always wanted from the game and teaming up with fellow players was certainly a great thing. If we combine them all and imagine a new game bringing the same voice over, challenging levels in rich graphics, Sonic Adventure Remastered will certainly do magic like how Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has been doing since the game’s launch.
The three games have a very strong foundation and are capable of delivering timeless experience if the controls and graphics get polished. No matter big or small, all those games had problems. If the developers focus on polishing the technology used in these games, the collection will be matchless, needless to mention that the sales will skyrocket, of course. Some fans have in fact tried creating highly polished remastered versions of the games. Many stages in the Heroes and Adventure series have been remastered by fans. It clearly shows how strong the demand is.
If the developers consider bringing these games in form of a collection, mixing up Adventure games and Heroes will probably turn off many. As far as the scope of development is concerned, there will be a lot of work and there are chances that the company will need to remake the entire engine in order to keep the controls in balance. Here Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy developers were lucky enough as all they had to do is to just polish the technology in terms of controls and graphics.
Now when there are no official words about the remasters, fans are left with no other option than requesting SEGA to bring it.
Staff Writer; Corey Shaw
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